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LSS'11: Can Social Media Be Outsourced?

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Can Social Media Be Outsourced? …

Can Social Media Be Outsourced?

The starting point of the debate will be from the perspective of the small and medium sized local business. The questions we will explore include:

Is it effective for a local business to outsource some or all of its social media activity?
Does it scale?
Is it even ethical?
What process should a local business use to decide the strategy on in-house vs. outsource?
What criteria should they use to choose the right supplier/partner?

Published in: Business, News & Politics

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  • 1. Years of experience and time commitment are proportionalHours Per Week “Almost two-thirds or people with 3 or more years of experience spend 10+ hours a week doing social media activities” Years Of Experience
  • 2. ThereforeI tweet I am
  • 3. Simon Baptist, European Directories Eric Partaker, Co-Founder Chilango Seb Provencher, Founder Nedium Justin Sanger, Founder JoinHere Dennis Yu CEO Blitz Local